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Bloomsbury podcast examines topical legal issues
Solicitor Keith Walsh

20 Apr 2021 / family law Print

Bloomsbury podcast on topical legal issues

Bloomsbury Professional Ireland has begun  a new podcast on Spotify and other major platforms.

The podcast is called Obiter Dicta.

The latest episode features Law Society Family and Child Law Committee stalwart Keith Walsh.


In the current episode, Keith discusses the impact of COVID-19 on family law, as well as examining the recently-announced Justice Plan 2021, which aims to improve the family law experience for clients.

There will also be a round-up of the latest legal developments.

The next podcast will feature Simon Mills SC.

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